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To view CNBC’s live stream, click on the link above Sustainable Future ForumThis is a. The session Tuesday from Asia is focused on providing energy.

It would not be a discussion on the Sustainable Future complete without looking at our plans for implementing these changes. Although fossil fuels remain our primary source of energy, things are shifting.

CNBC examines the transition to energy from incumbent providers to new start-ups looking to transform the business model, one step at a time.

You can click here for the lineup of Tuesday’s sessions. hereFor the complete schedule, click here

Fireside: Finance Indonesia’s Climate Commitments
7 a.m. BST| 7 a.m. BST
Sri Mulyani, Minister of Finance for Indonesia.

Indonesia, the biggest energy user in Southeast Asia is vital to the region’s energy transition. Sri Mulyani indrawati is the country’s financial minister. Together, we discuss how Indonesia plans to pay $5.7 billion each year for its green energy transition and the financing strategies it has.

Panel: How far is Asia-Pacific along the path to decarbonization
7:15 a.m. BST| 7:15 a.m. BST 

Richard LancasterCLP Holdings’ CEO, Malcolm Turnbull, ex-prime minister of Australia.

Malcolm Turnbull was the prime minister of Australia and played an important role in placing climate change at the forefront of national policy. As the inaugural chairman of GH2, he aims put green hydrogen production at the forefront of region’s transition to decarbonization. Richard Lancaster (CEO of CLP Holdings), one of Asia-Pacific’s largest investors in electricity, joins him for a discussion about what the future holds and the steps that they are taking to get rid of their coal-fired assets.

Panel: Could hydrogen be used to fuel the energy transition
11:30 a.m. BST| 11:30 a.m. BST

Marco AlveràChristian Bruch, CEO, Siemens Energy. 

Hydrogen is back on the forefront of the clean energy revolution. The role of green hydrogen, which is an energy-dense, light and storable solution for providing cleaner energy, has been growing. Snam, an Italian operator of energy infrastructures and Siemens Energy in Germany will speak to us about hydrogen’s role in the powering the transition and whether it is happening fast enough.

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Fireside: Accelerating energy transition
12 p.m.| 12 p.m. BST

Ignacio GalánIberdrola’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

Ignacio Galán, the CEO of Iberdrola, has long been a champion of renewable energy, transforming the company from an operator of fossil fuel plants into an offshore wind and solar powerhouse. There should be an urgency to Europe’s shift to cleaner energies. Galan will talk about how Europe can do it, his strategy to make Iberdrola twice its renewable power by 2025 and the effects of Europe’s ongoing decarbonization efforts.

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